What is PBIS?
PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Support) is a school-wide approach to make schools safe and promote positive behavior.
We have identified some areas in our school and created posters to help remind student of how their behavior should look in these areas.
At MRS we believe that students learn positive behaviors just like they learn math, science and all the other subjects we expect them to master. PBIS is a system that helps students identify and show positive behaviors in areas of our school outside of the classroom. Drop by the school and visit with the teachers and staff about PBIS and how we are helping our students become the best they can be.
The ACT and SAT tests are vitally important for students considering educational opportunities beyond high school.
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Suicide is profoundly tragic, and preventable. This section contains valuable resources to help prevent suicide and support those impacted by suicide.
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|Doors Open: 7:30 am.|
|Start and End Times ~ (Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri.)|
|K3/K4||11:30 am - 2:30 pm|
|Kindergarten||8:30 am - 2:45 pm|
|1st - 6th Grades||8:30 am - 3:00 pm|
|7th - 12th Grades||9:00 am - 3:30 pm|
|Tutoring Hours: Established by Individual Teacher|
|Wednesday Early Release|
|K3/K4 & Kindergarten||Dismiss: 1:30 pm|
|1st - 6th Grades||Dismiss: 2:00 pm|
|7th - 12th Grades||Dismiss: 2:30 pm|
The majority of our students will be taking the State of Alaska PEAKS test.
Alaska partners with Data Recognition Corporation (DRC) to administer the Performance Evaluation for Alaska’s Schools, or PEAKS. The assessment measures students’ understanding of the Alaska English Language Arts & Mathematics standards adopted in 2012. The PEAKS assessment is administered to students in grades 3-9.
Visit the State Of Alaska PEAKS test information website for more information.
To help your children perform their best, please see to it that they get enough sleep so they are well rested to show the world what they can do. Please call the school if you would like more information or a schedule of the testing.
Native Youth Olympics tryouts are here.
There are three spots open so give it a go! Participants will be traveling April 26 to Anchorage to compete.
Let's all support our NYO Eagles as they practice and travel to represent us in this fun event.
MRS ROBO EAGLES are in the house!
Elementary (3rd and 4th graders) and High School students are busy at work learning about water in our MRS Robotics clubs. Drop by and catch up with our young engineers!
Little Eagles Basketball is
Little Eagles registration will begin soon. Forms will be available at the front office. The program is set up for 1st -6th grade students. Each team will have practice once per week and games will be on Saturday from 11-1 PM. Drop by and enjoy some great basketball action from our youngest players!
MRS Eagle Basketball
Congratulations to the boys and girls Eagles basketball team, they had a fantastic season. They made us proud and truly portrayed EAGLE PRIDE. ... GO EAGLES!
PLEASE HELP! We are having lots of vandalism to our beautiful school. We would like to ask our community to help the school by watching out for vandalism and contacting the school or PSO if you see damage happening. We have a beautiful school, lets work hard to keep it clean and safe! Please take a moment to look over the new Trespass Policy for changes.
There have been a few changes to our school policies. Thanks to our SAC, students and teachers, we are refocusing our policies to help enhance the learning experience.
The climate is arctic. The daily minimum temperature drops below freezing 300 days a year. Temperature extremes range from a low of -56 to a high of 78 °F. Precipitation is light, at 5 inches per year. Snowfall averages 22 inches per year.
History, Culture and Demographics
A federally-recognized tribe is located in the community -- the Atqasuk Village. It is a traditional Iñupiat village. Subsistence activities are important to the lifestyle. The sale, importation, and possession of alcohol is banned in the village. According to Census 2010, there were 68 housing units in the community and 64 were occupied. Its population was 92.3 percent Alaska Native.
Facilities, Utilities, Schools and Health Care
The North Slope Borough provides the water, sewer, refuse, landfill, and other public services. Water is obtained from Imakruak Lake, treated, and piped into plumbed houses. Delivery to household water tanks is also available. The majority of homes and facilities and the school have running water and flush system. Electricity is provided by North Slope Borough Power and Lights Systems.
There is one school located in the community, Meade River School. The school has about 75 students, from preschool through twelfth grade. Atqasuk Health Clinic is a primary health care facility. Atqasuk is an isolated location it is part of the North Slope EMS Region. Emergency Services air access. Emergency service is provided by 911 Telephone Service volunteers and a health aide. Auxiliary health care is provided by Atqasuk Volunteer Fire Dept. (907-633-6814).
Drop by the school and learn more about this awesome student!
Remodel News: Phase 1 of the remodel project for Meade River School is just about complete. The exterior of the building is complete. The siding of our building is beautiful, but can be easily dented so please be careful around the school and remind your children to respect and care for our building.
Our scheduled remodel for this summer has been changed. We were told that the bulk of our remodel will not occur until the summer of 2019. There will be some work going on this summer like fire alarm and systems work. This means that the school will be open for use over the summer.
When we get more information we will pass it on.
Art Work: Phase 2 of the remodel project will be going to bid soon. Meade River School is forming a committee to begin looking at the artwork that will decorate our building. We are currently not looking for artists but are looking at the type of art the community of Atqasuk would like to see in our beautiful school. If you are interested in joining this committee, please call the school at 633-6315 and visit with Principal Roseberry about participating in this phase of the remodeling of Meade River School.
ASNA's Guy Okakok, Sr. Leadership Award provides academic scholarship to eligible North Slope tribal members who are interested in post-secondary health care, social services, or health-related certificated programs. Application deadline June 30,2018
You can give this award to any employee or volunteer in recognition of achievement, service or dedication. Please, take a moment to offer an Iñupiaq-style thank you by filling out an online Quyanaaq Award form. Your comments will be reviewed and may be edited for clarity before being posted on the website.